Limavady charity bungalow burned in arson attack

Fire damage Image copyright ALAn Robinson
Image caption The fire substantially damaged part of the building

A building used by a charity for older people has been badly damaged in an arson attack in County Londonderry.

Fire crews were called to the bungalow on the Roemill Road in Limavady at about 07:30 GMT on Sunday.

There was substantial damage to the front room of the building, used by the Be Safe Be Well charity. No-one was injured.

Police said they were treating it as burglary and arson, and appealed for information.

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